Is that Toes learnt MORE in nursery.
the standards of teaching were higher and the one to one care was ten fold that it is now.
you cant have a class of 30 students aged 4 and expect 2 people to be able to give said students the time they need to grow.
I was told at feedback day (let me outline your childs education in the allocated 5 minute slot and wonder why you’re looking at me like you want to punch me in the face – day) That Toes, one of the brightest in the class, was stubborn and lacked respect for her elders.
*gasps in horror* at my child disrespecting somebody….er…no…
shes a bit of a smartarse like her mother,
one conversation went.
Toes: can I have some more red chalk?
Teacher: no there isn’t any red chalk left.
Toes: hmm, your standards are slipping.
this, is HILARIOUS, they should be less focused on how far they can insert sticks up their arse and more so on the fact that a 4 year old is able to use correct terminology in context of which is very mature for her age.
I see nothing wrong with what she said. and will not punish her thusly.
she is BORED because the standard of work you set her is the same as she was doing last year. yet the homework, Fuck my virtual life, is ridiculous, it amounts to half hour a day and an hour at weekends.
Im expected to teach her to read and apparently im expected to do so alone, because they certainly aren’t doing it at school, as toes said, their standards are slipping.
my child will respect you as much as you respect her, its a two way street and the 20 year age gap means nothing in this scenario. shes intelligent and strong willed and ive no doubt she would make a better teacher than you.
convenience is the reason she is at the school she is, and very soon that will change and ill be waving goodbye to the appalling standards of teaching.
if you’re reading this miss wall.
get some more fucking chalk.